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When to use a lease termination agreement

  • Checkmark You are a landlord who needs to take back a property
  • Checkmark A tenant has had a change of circumstances and needs to leave the rental property
  • Checkmark There has been a breach of contract and both parties agree to end the lease

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Easily create a lease termination agreement tailored to your specific needs.

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Protect yourself when ending a lease

This agreement allows you to easily set clear expectations and obligations for both sides.

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Negotiate the terms of the termination

Set out any fees due and the new termination date while maintaining the original lease.

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How to create a lease termination agreement in 3 steps

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Gather Information

As you complete your lease termination agreement, you will need to provide certain relevant information. This includes both the landlord's information, the tenant's information, and the property address. You will also need all information related to the original lease agreement, such as the start date and original end date.

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Answer Key Questions

Use the information you collected to complete your lease termination agreement. We make this easy by guiding you each step of the way and helping you to customize your document to match your specific needs. As you answer certain questions, the document will adjust to accommodate your needs.

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Review

Always read your document thoroughly to ensure it contains everything you need and is free of errors. In any case, once you finish creating your document, you will be able to alter it as much as you like in Microsoft Word. However, if you do not need to make any changes, you can simply download the PDF version and have the parties sign the agreement.

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A lease termination agreement is a legally binding contract that outlines the terms and conditions for ending a lease or rental agreement between a landlord and a tenant before the originally agreed-upon lease period has expired. This document is typically used when both parties wish to terminate the lease prematurely, whether for reasons like a change in circumstances, mutual agreement, or other factors. The agreement specifies the agreed-upon termination date, any fees that may be paid, and the responsibilities of both the landlord and tenant in concluding the lease. It also addresses issues such as the return of the security deposit, final rent payments, and the condition in which the property should be left upon vacating. By formalizing the lease termination in writing, it helps protect the rights and obligations of both parties, reducing the potential for disputes or misunderstandings.

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